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Advisors caution that when considering retirement locales, investors should consider factors such as tax policies.
Boston Scientific received a subpoena this week from the Department of Health and Human Services seeking information about its defibrillators.
Activist investors are know to make headline, but surprisingly only a third of the firms that are approached by activists make the overtures public.
Health insurers are reluctant to cover marijuana, in part because of conflicting laws.
A new survey shows that workers in Singapore feel less committed to their jobs than their Asian peers.
Mr Buffett is more reluctant to insure people against natural disasters – because it no longer pays, the Financial Times reports.
More than 30 percent of the lots failed to sell for their minimum price at the impressionist-modern sale at Sotheby's.
Higher levels of cash home sales may be coming from the baby boom generation, with more trade-down and retirement buyers paying cash.
Millennials are increasingly focused on saving for retirement, and less on home ownership. That's good—and bad.
College students will pay more to borrow money from the U.S. government. Why? Blame increased Treasury yields.
Tack-on fees help companies make charges appear lower than they actually are. Critics say they are just sneaky.
Dr. Dre could become the world's first billionaire rapper if Apple goes through with its purchase of Beats Electronics.
Student loans affect nearly 40 million Americans, many of whom may never recover financially.
A reverse mortgage start-up has raised about $230 million in a private offering, which sets the stage for a potential initial public offering.
Seats were available for frequent flier redemption on 72.4 percent of the flights checked, an increase from last year.
Amazon is expanding its Sunday package delivery service to 15 cities across the country, including Philadelphia, New Orleans and Dallas.
A mismatch between workers seeking jobs and the skills employers need may be trickling into the booming energy sector.
A man arrested by Texas police over his alleged involvement in the Target data breach is unrelated to a federal investigation into the matter.
As the World Economic Forum kicks off in Nigeria, the nation reels from a mass abduction of hundreds of young girls.
Alibaba has agreed to help Amazon.com rival ShopRunner sell to China and handle delivery within the country.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at today's leading and lagging stocks.
Discussing the market's bullish sentiment and if stocks are overpriced, with Jonathan Golub, RBC Capital Markets, and Dave Zier, Convergent Wealth Advisors.
When might the Nadaq hit 5,000? Paul Meeks, Saturna Capital, and CNBC's Seema Mody, discuss tech valuations and how investors should view the 5,000 milestone.